Hands. They're incredibly expressive and flexible. They're one of the attributes that define us as humans. They're also difficult to draw. Beginers sometimes avoid drawing hands or find ways to hide them in their drawings.
Note 1: This is Not Urban Sketching (NUS), but it is a skill that adds substantially .to your drawing repertoire.
This coming Saturday March 9th, we're going to explore drawing hands. We'll be indoors in an area that has interesting architecture and people to draw. We'll be using a Life Drawing style format and we will each take turns providing hand poses for the group to draw.
Where: The Atrium of the IBM Building at 590 Madison Avenue.
Transportation: (see map below)
- E or M to 5 Ave / 53 St.
- N, R, or W to 5 Ave.
When: Start at 11 AM Meet in the Atrium. There are tables and chairs. Running late? Meet us any time, we'll be there!
Lunch: 12:30 PM Bring your own or use the lunch shops nearby on Madison Ave
Afternoon: 1:30 PM - Back to sketching.
Show and Tell: 3:00 PM - We will share drawings and stories.
Notes 2 & 3:
- The security people sometimes become concerned if the tables are moved too much - so bring a stool if you have one. A stool gives you more options.
- Bathrooms are nearby.
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If you can’t find us
call or text Mark at 973-809-9128
There are no fees. All drawing skill levels are welcome.Saturday: Sketching Hands